The Open Houses are an opportunity for you, as a prospective patient or client of the medical practice to see our Medical Center. Please come by and bring a friend to meet with the staff and Dr. Pautz. We will introduce you to the practice and its philosophy. Time is given for asking questions about the services provided and to assist you in deciding how a blend of holistic and traditional medicine can be of best benefit to you towards improving and maintaining your health and well being.
Please call to RSVP or if you need directions – 904.246.3583
UPCOMING OPEN HOUSE:
Tentative Thursday, May 21, 5:30-8 pm. It is dependent on ordinances with our reopening phases.
You MUST register for a 20 minute slot due to our pandemic, please see below.
2. I am announcing a tentative Open House for this month for Thursday, May 21st between the hours of 5:30 pm and 8 pm. It will be, however, in a different format to accommodate our new reality in the current pandemic.
Each party will be asked to register for a 20 minute slot on the hour or half hour.
Details will be explained when you reserve your slot by calling. The goal is to have one party at a time only in the facility that will be well aerated and not to have guests overlap. You are welcome to have your family or partner join you for this meeting, with whom you may or may not practice social distancing because you live in the same household.
In order to allow for social distancing, we kindly ask that you wait in your car until your time slot begins. I or one of my helpers will come greet you at your car when it is your turn. For example: if your time slot is 5:30 pm, I will greet you at about this time, guide you into our office, answer any questions you may have about our services for a 15-20 minute period of what you may want to see and then walk you back to your car around 5:50 or so, then pick up the next party at the next half hour slot.
We also ask you to wear a mask covering your mouth and nose during your visit.
The information provided on this website does NOT treat or diagnose any medical condition. If you need medical advice, consult with your health-care provider.